Oct 17, 2012 7:00pm EDT
for digestive illness. with the family struggling to pay the boy's medical bills the county's spca paid the bill. >> the first polling shows americans pretty evenly split over who won the second presidential debate. according to a cbs news survey 37% say president obama won. 33% call it a tie. and 30% say governor romney won. those numbers all within the margin of error. but look at this. 65% say governor romney would do a better job on the economy which most voters say is their top issue. just 34% choose the president. our own pollsters point out these initial reactions could change down the road. we're getting a look at how close the race has become in a key battleground state since the first presidential debate. it is now a dead heat in wisconsin. according to a new poll by marquette law school it. it was obviously done before last night's debate. three weeks ago before the first debate the president held an 11 point lead. governor romney is speaking live at a rally right now in leesburg, virginia. carl cammeron is there live. what does the governor have to say about the debate.